The edition I have is a miniature edition 4cm x 8cm approx. Designed by George Trevisan for Lo Scarabeo. I think there have been full size editions, but I tend to put smaller ones in a cabinet of curiosities I have. The Pictures being watercolours are highly detailed and my mini size edition does not really show them off to their best. So I would suggest that if you want a deck of these, go for the larger size. These are set within the 16th Century, though I think that is a loose time period as some look much more modern in clothes style. There are quite a few decks with Renaissance in the title.

The spirit of the Renaissance is diffused in these cards: life in castles and noble palaces, the poetry of refined courts, the hard work of common people in homes and along the roads. The glory of the knights, the intrigues of the nobles and the quarrels of the people, the spiritual anxieties of the mystics, the longing for knowledge by magicians and alchemists: all are relived in the Tarot of the Renaissance…

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